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Neti – Nasal Cleaning according to Ayurveda

Nasal cleansing practices, collectively known as neti karma, have been integral components of traditional Indian medicine and yogic traditions for centuries. Among these practices, sūtraneti, jalaneti, and madhu neti stand out as effective methods for purifying the nasal passages and promoting respiratory health. Rooted in ancient texts like the Gheranda Sanhita and Hatha Yoga Pradipika, these techniques offer a holistic approach to wellness by not only clearing the nasal passages but also balancing the doshas and enhancing overall vitality. In this discourse, we delve into the intricacies of these neti techniques, exploring their methods, benefits, and precautions to provide a…

Understanding the Different Types of Ayurvedic Treatments

Types of Ayurvedic Treatments

Ayurvedic medicine, a traditional wellness system from India, offers unique treatments for maintaining health. This holistic approach balances body and mind using natural therapies. With roots stretching back thousands of years, Ayurveda has gained global attention for its integrative healing methods.Experts research this practice to verify its effectiveness scientifically; however, it remains a primary healthcare choice in many regions today. Readers will uncover the history behind these ancient techniques as well as their benefits and limitations through continued exploration of Ayurveda’s principles and practices.

Allergic Rhinitis relief through Nasya

Allergic Rhinitis Treatment in Ayurveda

Mostly it is seasonal, coinciding with the flowering season, which witnesses more pollen in the air. Other allergens like grass pollen, animal dander (old skin), dust mites, mold, and cat saliva can also cause. People generally exhibit one or more symptoms immediately after exposure to the allergen. Allergic rhinitis is the body’s way to protect itself from the allergen. When exposed to an allergen, the body releases histamines, natural chemicals to defend it from contact. This histamine causes the symptoms. Allergic rhinitis can be of two types, seasonal and chronic. Seasonal rhinitis mostly happens in the Spring and Autumn, caused…

Varicose Veins Treatment in Ayurved

Varicose Veins Treatment in Ayurveda

Ayurvedic medicine has been used for centuries to treat various health conditions. One of these is varicose veins. Varicose veins are a common health complaint in people like security guards, guards, cops, soldiers, teachers, drivers, and those involved in standing for a long time. These are veins that have become swollen, dilated, twisted, and lose their ability to shrink or re-establish their original status. They often occur in the legs.

Skin Care – Ayurvedic Concept of Skin

Skin is the seat of a sense organ. The senses of touch, pain, temperature, pressure are felt by it. It is a Matruj Avyava i.e. derived from mother or having a maternal origin. It gives external covering to the whole body.The seven layers of skin get their nutrition from Mansa Dhatu {muscle tissue}. It is known as a UpDhatu (secondary tissue product) of the Raktadhatu (blood) because it only mimics the Dhatu’s in beholding the body. It does not do Poshan Karma i.e. do not give nutrition to the other Dhatus.

Diabetes Control Measures using Ayurveda Concepts

Sugar often faces criticism for its perceived dangers, yet it remains a vital component for the body, essential in producing energy crucial for survival. While moderate sugar intake seems harmless, excess consumption triggers the accumulation of toxins (ama). This buildup can compromise immunity, induce weight gain, and sluggishness, and elevate the risk of severe health issues such as heart disease and stroke. The instant energy surge from sugar is swiftly followed by energy depletion and lethargy. Imbalances in blood sugar, whether too high or too low, severely affect organ functions, including brain activity.

Migraine – Relief Remedies From Ayurveda

migraine relief remedies from ayurveda

Migraine, a prevalent primary headache disorder, inflicts recurrent episodes of intense headaches accompanied by debilitating symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. Exploring migraine, which is a complex ailment from both modern medical and Ayurvedic perspectives unveils multifaceted approaches to relief and management.

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